LAKESHORE NATURAL RESOURCES PARTNERSHIP INC.: Friends of Hika Bay

Purpose

Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases. The project elements and deliverables will be completed as described in the project proposal submitted to the Department and dated April 27, 2013.

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RP-254-14
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Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Engage Volunteers in Monitoring/Restoration
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Grant Awarded
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Develop/Distribute Brochures/Literature
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Issue News/Media Release
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Informational Meetings
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Develop/Distribute Newsletter
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Hold Workshops
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership proposes to continue to build capacity and implement the work plan for the Friends of Hika Bay. Specifically, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership will implement a membership drive, host four seminars, conduct water quality monitoring with two student interns from UW-Manitowoc, and prepare fliers, newsletters and newspaper article releases.
 
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